8 yoga postures that help increase a woman's fertility

8 yoga postures that help increase a woman’s fertility


These yoga postures are easy to perform and, in addition to stretching and strengthening the muscles, they stimulate blood circulation in the reproductive organs.

Anyone trying to get pregnant knows that several issues can hinder the process, such as physical health and even anxiety. Likewise, as we have already listed here, several other small adaptations to your daily life can help you get pregnant faster, including changes to your menu.

Today you will discover another ally of female fertility: some yoga postures that help irrigate the pelvic region and the organs responsible for reproduction.

The best of all is that these yoga positions (and all others included in the practice) not only help to make women more fertile. Yoga is highly recommended by doctors and fitness experts, even during pregnancy, as it improves flexibility, muscular strength, internal balance and harmony between body and mind.

Below, as you can see, we have selected some simple yoga postures to do, which help you relax and fulfill the role of stimulating fertility very well, especially if practiced daily and/or after sex with your partner.

Learn how to perform 8 yoga postures that help increase a woman’s fertility:

1. Supported Bridge or Setu Bandhasana

The posture increases blood flow to the reproductive organs, which improves the functioning of these organs. To perform this yoga position:

– Start by lying on your back

– Bend your knees until they point to the ceiling and keep your feet on the ground. Knees should be at hip height;

– Keep your arms straight at your sides, with your palms facing down, for balance;

– When inhaling, lift your spine, removing your buttocks from the ground, forming an arch.

– Hold the pose for 1 to 2 minutes while inhaling and exhaling. Then return to the starting position.

2. Legs Up the Wall or Viparita Karani

This is another yoga posture that releases tension in the lower part of the body, in addition to increasing flow in the pelvic region. If performed after sexual intercourse, it can increase the chances of getting pregnant by benefiting the hamstring muscles and lower back.

To do the pose at home, you just need:

– If lying on your back, extend your legs along the wall and push them as close to the wall as possible, also touching your butt.

– Arms, shoulders and head must be aligned, resting on the ground.

– If you are not comfortable, you can place support on your back, such as a pillow or rolled towel.

– Then just relax, breathing in and out.

3. Front Bend or Uttanasana

The position helps to clear the mind and increase blood flow to cells. It also helps balance the endocrine system and stretches the lower back muscles.

To do the position, you need:

– Stand straight, with your feet together, and slightly bend your knees.

– Then, just bend your upper body over your legs.

– Now just place your hands on the ground or on your legs.

– The challenge now is to stay in this position for as long as possible, while breathing in and out.

4. Reclining Limited Angle or Supta Baddha Konasana

The yoga posture stretches the hips and inner thighs, promoting circulation in this region.

To execute it, follow the steps below:

– Lie on the floor face up, flexing your knees as in the photo.

– Allow your knees to fall to the sides, while bringing the soles of your feet together. But, you need to keep the sides of your feet on the ground.

– Exhale, leave your arms close to your body or under your head.

– Maintain the posture for an interval of between 1 and 5 minutes, inhaling and exhaling.

5. Child’s Pose or Balasana

Resting pose relieves stress and fatigue, stretches the spine, hips and shoulders.

To achieve it, you need:

– Sit on your heels. The knees can be together or apart;

– Exhale and begin to lean forward slowly, until you reach the ground.

– Extend your arms in front, with your palms facing down.

– Now just breathe in and out, holding the position for about 1 minute.

6. Cobra Pose or Bhujangasana

This is another yoga posture that promotes blood circulation in the pelvic region. This helps balance hormonal levels in the body, not to mention stretching the back in the most efficient way possible.

To perform the position you need:

– Lie on your stomach, with your hands on the ground, below your shoulders.

– Now you need to lift the upper part of the body when inhaling.

– The correct thing to do is to remain in the position for 30 seconds, always inhaling and exhaling.

7. Pose da borboleta ou Baddha Konasana

The posture improves the flexibility of the hips and inner thighs, encourages the relaxation of tension and the elimination of toxins that are concentrated in the hip region.

To do the butterfly pose, you will need:

– Sit down and bend your knees.

– Bring the soles of your feet together and bring them closer to your pelvis.

– As you exhale, you need to press your knees against the floor.

– The ideal is to maintain the posture for 1 or 2 minutes, exhaling and inhaling.

8. Corpse Pose or Shavasana

This is a posture you should do to finish your series of fertility exercises. It doesn’t have many secrets when it comes to execution and helps balance the body and mind.

To do the corpse pose the right way, simply:

– Lie on a mat.

– Extend your arms close to your body, with your palms facing up.

– Breathe in and visualize that you are exhaling stress and negativity.

– As you breathe in, you should imagine that you are breathing in peace and comfort.

– You should remain in this posture for 10 to 15 minutes.

So, have you done any of these yoga positions before? Do you intend to put this series of fertility exercises into practice? Don’t forget to comment!

Now, speaking of female fertility, you also need to check out: 4 symptoms that you are in the fertile period and how to calculate it.

Source: Incredible